The Death Dealer

The Death Dealer

by Heather Graham
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Death Dealer 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Big fan of this author's suspense novels. I thought this sequel to The Dead Room was actually better than its predecessor, and literally couldn't put it down. Would recommend it to any reader interested in this genre.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Still not fully healed from her near death experience social worker Genevieve O'Brien struggles to move on with her life though she still suffers nightmares from the killer¿s assaults. However, her efforts stall when Ravens literary society president Thorne Bigelow is murdered. That is followed by a second member almost dying in a car accident. Being fans of Poe, the other Ravens connect the two ugly incidents as not being coincidence. They, especially Genevieve¿s mom, wonders if a killer dubbed the Poe Killings, is targeting their reading club. ---- Worried about her mother, Genevieve asks her friend, private investigator Joe Connolly to make inquires. After some minor investigating with the advice of some ghosts, Joe tells Genevieve he agrees with the Ravens that a killer is stalking the book group. ---- Joe is a fascinating protagonist who talks to ghosts while Genevieve is a courageous individual who had her own near death experience, but will not back down from the Poe Killer investigation. Together they are an awesome sleuthing team as each begins to understand the true meaning of the Tell-Tale Heart. The investigation is fun to follow as his late cousin and is cuz¿s beloved help from the beyond (his Brooklyn apartment seems a bit over crowded and if the landlord learns of his ghostly borders will demand more rent). Paranormal romantic suspense fans will appreciate the lead couple¿s investigation into the Poe Killings. ---- Harriet Klausner
Renee13PA More than 1 year ago
I love all of Heather Graham's books. This one is no different. I couldn't put the book down.
lovetoreadMF More than 1 year ago
This is the second book I've read in the series. It pulled me in quickly and kept me turning the pages - it was hard to put down! It's a great murder mystery with a twist - ghosts help to solve the crime. I was kept guessing until the end.
2-many-books-2-read More than 1 year ago
Heather Graham is one of those authors that you are not sure about but you are willing to give her newest a chance.
The dead cousin thing is a little gimmicky but I let that slide, because I liked the whole I see and talk to dead people thing. It was a refreshing approach to the premise and it worked well as the interview that most cops would give their next doughnut for.
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DoB77 More than 1 year ago
New author for me... not sure Graham will be one I read much more. Will probably try one more that is rated well by other readers before making up my mind to delete her from my list. Book wasn't good or bad --- just okay. Didn't feel like the lead characters really connected.
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A man who catches, buys, and sells dragons stands by an empty dragon pen with a skinny cigarette hanging out of his mouth. He looks up to see one of the dragons nobody buys flying toward him, badly wounded. He sighs.